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'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:41 pm    Post subject: 'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I have never split a tractor in my life and I find no step-by-step in the service manual for engine removal. Looking at the thing underneath it looks like the engine bolts directly to the huge rear gearbox and a sort of side rail bolts to the front axle hub housing and also to a pto-cradle bolted to the engine front.

Has anyone pulled and engine from one of these? What's a rough outline of steps to take in order to avoid becoming a redish brown pizza underneath?


I uploaded image rt-side-engine-rear-low-900.jpg but don't know how to get it into the posting. Not very intuitive. Dragging into the tex box just creates a nonsense link to my data drive with the local path.
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